CBCF Congressional Internship Program: Helps diversify our democracy by increasing the pool of talented public servants and offers the opportunity for college students to learn about the legislative process, leadership, and careers in the policy making process.
EEOP Internship Program: Internships for Native American students that is designed to give students hands-on skills with EPA or other governmental and tribal environmental offices.
Explore Microsoft Program: 12-week summer internship program that offers the opportunity to experience working at Microsoft to expose students to the field of software development and encourage the pursuit of degrees in computer science, computer engineering, or related technical disciplines.
High Country News Editorial Internship: For informed and enthusiastic interns interested in environmental issues to report on natural resource, environmental and community issues in the 11 Western states.
Morgan Stanley Sophomore Program: 10 week internship to provide rising juniors with exposure to a particular division, training, mentorship and networking opportunities.
Morris K. Udall Foundation: 10 week summer internship in Washington, D.C. for Native American and Alaska Native students who wish to learn more about the federal government and issues affecting Indian Country.
National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing: 10 week summer program to introduce students to the world of NASCAR and the motorsports industry by providing exposure to several industry fields such as broadcasting, sales, and sports marketing.
National Urban League Summer Internship Program: Provides an insight into the world of non-profit management for college students, from the New York City metropolitan area and in Washington, DC. Looking for candidates interested in a career in the not-for-profit sector, on in understanding the connection between non-profits, corporations, and government in the work of our nation.
Pre-Law Summer Institute: 2 month program which prepares American Indian and Alaska Native individuals for the rigors of law school.
Quality Education for Minorities Internship Program:To enhance students' ability to apply their knowledge to a research assignment; increase their understanding of issues in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education; and instill a sense of responsibility for assisting undeserved groups.
Fleishman Hillard - Diversity Fellowship: 6- to 12-month paid Fellowships — with benefits — professional development opportunities and a mentor program. Fellows will contribute to client projects while rotating among account teams, gaining practical experience in the field of integrated communications from some of the industry’s best counselors.
Ford Foundation Fellowship Program: Seeks to increase the diversity of the nation's college and university faculties by increasing their ethnic and racial diversity, to maximize the educational benefits of diversity, and to increase the number of professors who can and will use diversity as a resource for enriching the education of all students.
Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship: Aims to increase the number of minority students, and others with a demonstrated commitment to eradicating racial disparities, who will pursue PhDs in core fields in the arts and sciences. The program aims to reduce over time the serious under representation on the faculties of individuals from certain minority groups, as well as to address the attendant educational consequences of these disparities.
National Congress of American Indians: Wilma Mankiller Fellowship Program for Tribal Policy and Governance Fellowship program provides the opportunity for emerging young professionals throughout Indian Country to work side by side with national leaders in tribal policy.
The Wellstone Fellowship: Helps fellows develop an understanding of the tactics and strategies used in state-based consumer health advocacy organizations and will work directly with state consumer health advocates and organizations.
Toigo MBA Fellowship: Provides minority MBA candidates committed to careers in finance with a network of contacts, one-on-one guidance, and leadership training.
AFSCME/UNCF Scholars Program: 10 week summer field placement during which interns participate in a union organizing campaign in one of several locations across the United States.
AIIP Summer Enrichment Program: Provides the opportunity for American Indian students to gain exposure to the diverse aspects of the field of psychology through research, clinical, and educational activities.
Inroads: Develops and places talented minority youth in business and industry.
Institute for Recruitment of Teachers: Helps outstanding students of color and other scholars committed to diversity, counseling them through the graduate school application process, and advocating for sufficient funding for advanced study.
Kennedy Krieger Institute—RISE Programs: Programs designed to provide educational opportunities for students funded by a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This summer program was designed for students interested in learning more about preventing health disparities.
Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT): Premier career development institution that equips high potential African Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans with the key ingredients—skills, coaching and door-opening relationships—that unlock their potential.
Public Policy and International Affairs Program: 7 week summer program that focuses on preparing students for graduate programs in public and international affairs and careers as policy professionals, public administrators and other leadership roles in public service.
Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO): provides services through three major programs: the Career Program, the SEO Scholars Program, and SIRV (Saving, Investing, and Returning Value in Communities of Color).
The Biomedical Sciences Careers Program: Provides students of all races, ethnic backgrounds, gender and financial status with encouragement, support and guidance needed for the successful pursuit of careers in biomedical sciences.
The Getty Foundation: Aiming to encourage greater diversity in the professions related to museums and the visual arts, provides the opportunity for college graduates from cultural backgrounds that have traditionally been underrepresented in the arts.
The Greenlining Institute: A year-long training program for young leaders that combines experiential learning opportunities, individual development and team participation.
The National Institute of Environmental Health Services: Supports predoctoral and postdoctoral training and career development opportunities at universities and other institutions across the United States. Fellowships works to discover how the environment affects people in order to promote healthier lives.
National Native American Bar Association: Share the communal responsibility, either directly or indirectly, of protecting the governmental sovereignty of the more than 560 Independent Native American Tribal governments of the United States.
BlackRock Founders Scholarship - A scholarship program for undergraduate students who identify as Black, Hispanic, Native American, LGBT, or disabled and have demonstrated leadership in creating and sustaining diverse, inclusive communities.
ACS Scholars Program: For minority students who want to enter the fields of chemistry or chemistry-related fields.
NASA National Scholarship Programs: Scholarship opportunity that focuses on undeserved students in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math disciplines at the undergraduate level that provides a scholarship and internship at NASA Center or NASA Headquarters.
The Lagrant Foundation (TLF): For current undergraduates who are in a field of study that has an emphasis on public relations, marketing or advertising. Additional majors may include art, anthropology, communications, English, graphic design and sociology.
Wells Fargo American Indian Scholarship Fund: Seeks to promote academic achievement and success for American Indian and Alaska Native students pursuing an education in Business and a career in the gaming, tourism, financial and hospitality industries.
Worldstudio AIGA Scholarship: Allows students from minority and economically disadvantaged backgrounds not only to realize their artistic dreams, but also to give back to their communities.
Xerox Minority Scholarship: Technical Minority Scholarship to qualified minorities enrolled in a technical degree program at the bachelor level or above.
Native American Program: Collaborates with Dartmouth's faculty and staff, as well as tribal communities, to assist Native students in their personal, social, intellectual and ethical development so they can become life-long learners and responsible leaders in our global society.